The February 2019 Issue

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Seattle Perfumer Has a Nose for Sharing Stories Through Scent

“Every perfume I develop is an olfactive creation that tells each person’s unique story.”

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Cocktail of the Month: A Play on the Aperol Spritz at Seattle’s Cloud Room Bar

Aperitivos are all the rage, but this twist on the spritz works any time of day

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Local Banker and Writer Presents a Stylish Take on the Art of Storytelling

“I’ve always wanted to dress formally and believe that doing so shows respect for my career and clients.”

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Hitch, a Local Ride Share Service, Is Here for Pets

A gig economy veteran turns her attention to pet transportation

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Locally Produced Podcast, ‘Tides’, Explores Strange New Shores

The new podcast tells a story of an expedition to an Earth-like moon called Fons, a weird and wonderful world characterized by extreme tides and strange oceanic creatures

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Local Online Boutique Lichenology Brings Jewelry Back to Nature

Kelsi Dunn’s handcrafted line of jewelry puts nature’s beauty on display

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Can Changes to Laws Make a Difference in Seattle’s Eviction Courts?

Seattle’s eviction court is the place of last resort for many Seattleites who ultimately wind up on the street. Can a few changes to our laws give some of Seattle’s most vulnerable a chance for a better outcome?

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Jimi Hendrix Exhibit Reveals Early Sparks of Creativity

His early drawings reveal a bent toward psychedelia (and a love for Husky football)

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Local Satirical News Site Pokes Fun at Seattle

'The Needling' tackles some very Seattle subjects in a fun and lighthearted way

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A Seattle Florist With a Dancer’s Poise

The art of dance informs the arrangements of florist Meridith Isaacson

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Seattle’s Food Scene Is at Your Fingertips

This month's Editor's Note from Rachel Hart

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The 100 Best Things to Eat in Seattle Right Now

A food lover’s bucket list: The region’s 100 best dishes to eat now